Mid-Term Review Coming Wednesday

In the past, doing a Mid-Term Review show was normally done the night of the election. The most recent national elections show that it’s difficult to call many of the races until the early hours of Wednesday, with some not being able to be called for weeks. With that in mind, our Mid-Term Review show will take place on Wednesday. Hopefully, there will be a … Continue reading Mid-Term Review Coming Wednesday

Former Navy Seal Ephraim Mattos Introduces His New Book – City of Death

Here is the link to our interview with Ephraim Mattos on iHeartRadio. The following has been released since our actual interview took place one day last week. Below that is the actual video of Ephraim being shot and following that is the promotion for City of Death. Former US Navy SEAL, Ephraim Mattos, has responded to comments made this week by Don Lemon on CNN’s Cuomo … Continue reading Former Navy Seal Ephraim Mattos Introduces His New Book – City of Death

Evie Clair Makes a Huge Announcement

Friend of the podcast, Evie Clair made a major announcement earlier this week. Here’s what she had to say: Here it is! My big announcement. I’ll be headlining a show in Reno for two months!! Plan a trip for the holidays to come see it!! Details at www.evieclair.com We are so proud of her and are honored that she and her family remain our friends! Continue reading Evie Clair Makes a Huge Announcement

Totally Unacceptable

This picture should anger any person with a conscience!   This is from JACKSON, MS (WLBT) – Pictures of the Forest Hill High School halftime band performance during their game against Brookhaven High School are going viral on social media. Many are saying the performance depicted students dressed as doctors and nurses holding SWAT team members at gunpoint. Two Brookhaven police officers were killed in … Continue reading Totally Unacceptable

Today I Met A 93 Year-Old World War II Veteran

Memorial Day is all about the memory of those brave men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our great nation. Today, as I had the privilege to speak about the history of Memorial Day,  I also had the honor of talking with a 93-Year-Old World War II Veteran. I’ll call this hero Mr. S and I will try to share with you what … Continue reading Today I Met A 93 Year-Old World War II Veteran